This pilot study (2019) is one of the first to examine how competency-based eLearning training programs impact humanitarian work. Not only ‘how’ these have an impact, but specifically in ‘what ways’ the transfer of learning from these training program experiences are ultimately contributing to strengthening and/or improving coordination and service delivery in humanitarian field work. Specifically, for this study, a system of measurement tools was developed and piloted to support the evaluation of the level of impact that competency-based eLearning training programs are having on humanitarian work in the field.
Pilot Evaluation to Assess the Impact of eLearning on Humanitarian Aid Work: Final Report
2302-Pamela-Teitelbaum-2019-Pilot-evaluation-to-assess-the-impact-of-eLearning-on-humanitarian-aid-work-Final-Report.pdf (PDF, 12 MB)
- 12 February 2019